The economic crisis was one of the top stories of 2008, and continues to make headlines in 2009. MNN users can stay up-to-date on the latest news from the street with a new business subcategory called “Markets,” which adds even more specialized financial news from AP.
1. Ahead of the Bell stories offer an outlook for the day’s stock movements. Published between 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. EST, they feature economic indicators, analyst research and company news that could affect stocks, sectors or the entire market.
2. Sector Snaps, published between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. EST, provide market updates and spotlight newsmakers in various industries, including banking, airlines, retail, construction and more.
3. The Markets section also features Wall Street and overseas markets reports that are updated frequently throughout the day.
If you’d like to see other subjects included in MNN, send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
–Caroline Kim, Mobile Editor
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Sept. 15, 2008 in New York. A stunning reshaping of the Wall Street landscape sent stocks down sharply that day with the demise of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. and Bank of America Corp.’s acquisition of Merrill Lynch & Co. (AP Photo/Jin Lee)
Version 1.5 of the Mobile News Network for iPhone was released to the app store and we suggest that all users of the Mobile News Network upgrade. Download it directly from the iTunes App Store at http://bit.ly/mnn. The latest version addresses a number of bugs and increases the stability of the application. In addition, the application adds the following features:
- Refresh the content of a category on the fly with a new refresh button.
- Rate stories and see how others have rated the same story.
- Added more Business and Tech content
- Server-side search now allows you to search all available news stories for the last 30 days, not just those cached on your device.
- Watch high resolution video over WIFI and when you are out and about watch low resolution video over EDGE.
- The app now remembers where you were in a list when you go navigate back from a story.
- Send report has been moved to the top level. Send the AP breaking news reports from your iPhone.
If you have any issues or would like to get in touch with the team with suggestions, please use the form below.
– Benjamin Mosse, Director, Mobile